Friday, November 27, 2009

Thanks for Exuberantly Blooming Friday

When I see the riot of flowers in the gardens now, my heart is filled with gratitude to Mother Nature. The pink frilled Angels' Trumpets Brugmansia suaveolens in my garden are joy to see.
The Brazilian Red Cloak, Megaskepasma erythrochlamys has just started flowering. Soon, the whole bush will be covered with flowers.

The Snows of Kilimanjaro, Euphorbia leucocephala, is full of white bracts which look like snow flakes.


The native Snake Jasmine, Rhinacanthus masutris, is also flowering profusely now.



My Poinsettia is putting out a good show of bright red bracts.
There are other plants too like the Cassia and barleria which are flowering their hearts out. I feel so thankful that we have so much colour and warmth here now in this part of the planet.
Please visit Katarina at Roses and Stuff for more Blooming Friday posts.




15 comments:

  1. So beautiful! I really envy you your flowery garden. Thank you for sharing it! Have a nice week end!

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  2. Well all your brightly coloured flowers have cheered me up this morning. I would so like to be sitting in your garden at the moment!
    Have a lovely weekend

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  3. Wow, that's a lovely Trumpet! :-)

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  4. Lillebeth: Thank you .
    Easygardener: Thanks. That is what I do every evening:-)
    Andre: Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  5. Beautiful! Beautiful! Your Poinsettias are the most lovely I have ever seen. Ah! Mother Nature is so kind to you lotusleaf! Carol

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  6. It's wonderful for us in the US to see so much color and beauty this time of year. All of your flowers are beautiful. The Brug especially tugs at my heartstrings!

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  7. Mother nature sure is fantastic! And so is your garden, by the looks of it! -Thanks so much for sharing - it's so nice to be able to enjoy your flower parade!
    Have a great weekend!

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  8. Wow it is exuberantly blooming there. What gorgeous flowers you get to enjoy!

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  9. Katarina, yes, mother Nature has showered bountiful flowers here!
    Catherine, thanks.

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  10. A wonderful collection of tropical splendour. The pink Brugmansia is gorgeous.

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  11. Mother Nature is very generous to your part of the world! And you are very kind to share these beautiful images with us. Thank you Lotusleaf for your comment on my award post. Answering your question, the only picture showing my own garden there is the second one from the bottom.

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